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SEPARATE CHICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 January 1903
SEPARATE CHICKS, In raising chicks, the sexes should in variably be separated as soon as their sex can be distinguished. The youug cockrels need more food than the pullets, and get it. They are ab solutely destitute of chivalry. That comes later in life. They trample the pullets out of the way, and take the choice morsels. Of course, if a sur plus of food is supplied, the pullets will get all they need at the second table ; but that is not a good thing to do. It is as bad for chicks as for children to have them leave food on the plates. Everything should be eaten up clean. In time, or course, cockerels are separated from yarded pullets, but as a rule the separation is too long deferred The mission of the cockerel is to get his head to the block at the earliest day possible, and be fat when he gets there. This *s best accomplished, by an early separa tion from the pullets. If any one doubts that young cockerels eat more than pullets let him select separate pens of the same number and...
POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 January 1903
POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails Ire despatched from the Post-Offices men Xla:a*auk£. i'rerii (daily), Sum-ay excepted 1215 p.m For Wagin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly knd Beverley (noon) l For Albany daily, Sunday excepted f3 p.m.), Brown Sill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marr&coonda, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 [a.m For Oidgelbarrttp (weekly) Friday's, 7 [a.m Fojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1'30 p.m
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 January 1903
G RASP THIS OPPORTUNITY ! THE AUSTRAL PHOTO CO Has Opened in Katanning for A SHO: T SEASON ONLY At the FOCT OF CLIVE STREET, Near Squires' Blacksmith's Shop. POXTB.AITS s d. Paris Panel, 3 copies ... 10 0 Do. 6 copies ... i7 fi Do. 12 copies ... 30 0 Trilby Cabinets, 3 copies ... 7 &lt;i Do 6 copies ... 12 &lt;i Do. 12 copies ... 20 0 Yictorius, 3 copies ... ... 2 6 Enlargements from any Photo. Absolutely the Best '"quipped Studio that ever travelled in W.A. Inspect Our Work! Agents for Armstrong's l'atent Erer-Set Syphon Acetylene Gas Generator. 1 HEO OWE & CO. 809 MURRAY STREET, PERTH. AND AT KALGOC/RLIE, PRQDUCE SALESMEN. AGENTS. Chaff, Grain, Potatoes, Poultry, Fruit, and all kinds of Pro duce Sold on Commission. ALSO, J)aily Auction Sales of Produce. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Agents for Austral Wire Strainer. Account Sales and Cheques rendered came day of sale. SEED POTATOES— We carry good stocks of all First-class kinds R. CROMMEUN, Manager. JUMPED ON A T...
MUTTON AND WOOL SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 January 1903
.1UrT3N AND WOOL SHEEP A careful experimenter in this con nection is Mr John A. Craig, of the Ontario Experimental Station, who submits the results of a lengthened series of comparative tests in a cir cular, from which we extract some of the main points. Crossing to originate new qualities: To get away from the possibility of nuking my comments too general or intricate, let me take the foregoing and the sub-head which f-di.nvs as topic-*. It surprises one to note the strength of the faith of many farmers m the power of crossbreeding to originate desirable qualities. The common construction has it that by cross breeding a sheep may be pro duced that is a bodge podge of all the desirable qualities of the parents, with their feelings submerged. As a matter of fact, the new products that result are of many variations in form, wool and temperament. It may be said that the qualities that appear are new, in the same manner that the term finds application in the produc tion of new colors. M...
PIGS FOR PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 January 1903
PIGS FOR PROFIT. The points to be considered in solecting a young boar vill vary somewhat according to the class of sows he is to be used on, and as our experience hasjb'en altogether with the Poland-China breed, what we say on this line will be about selecting a young boar of this breed (says a writer). As we have indicated, it depends very much on the kind of sows the kind of sows the boar is to used on, but we will take it for granted that the herd of sows is of g md size and color, with good bone, feet and legs,, good backs, with good heids and ears. By this we do not exactly mean th.it the sows are all to be «>f the fa«'cy show-yard type, so much admire I by most of our judges 11 the sh w ring, for oniy n few men e ml i .-iff ml to buy a full herd of sows of tin's t\ pe, and it has ofu n been proved that many of the greatest brood sows were not of the strictly f'.ncy sh"W yard type, anyway; but we mean that the h"rd of sows is to. be of the good, strong, useful type, which g...
WEIGHT OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 January 1903
WEIGHT OF CATTLE. To find the weight of an animal the girth close behind the shoulders, and the length from the joint of the shoulder to the butt of the tail. Multiply the square or the girth in feet and inches by the length in feet; and multiply the product by .23, .24, .26, .28, or .30, accordiug to the fatness of the animal. The result will give the weight in imperial stones. Thus: The givth of an animal in moderate condition is 6ft, the length from point to shoulder to insertion of tail 6ft 4in. Then 6x6 equal 36 x 5£ equal 192 r .24'equal 46 08 stones. This the live weight. . The ea-*cases would by about f of the live weight per cattle £ for sheep, from \ to and for a pig, from £ to £ of the life weight.
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903
Z&CAZi COXTBTS. Dr. F. If. -House, B.M., attends the Undermentioned places on the days spect ftecl, for the purpos of conducting Local llohrts;— - mng, third Wednesday each month x'arroffin, second Friday «a&lt;*h month ^agin, third riday each month ojonnp, last Wednesday each month fllr. ?. H„ Stonhuiy, COerk of Courts at lUtanning, visits Kojonup last Wednesday in neh month.
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903
Monpj Ordtra. IniVS.—Not exceeding £5, Cd.; .whore £5, and not exceeding £10, Is.; abore £10, ma - not- exceeding £15, Is. 6di; ibore £15, tad not exceeding £20, 2s Iktkrstate.—Abore £1 end not exceeding £2,.6d.; abore £2 and uot'exceeding £5, Is. store £5 end not exceeding £7,ls 6d; abore £7 and not exceeding £10, 2s.; abore £10 and not exceeding £12. 2s. 6d ; abore £12 and not exceeding £15, 9s. ; abore £15 and not exceeding £17, 3s. 6d.; abore £17 and not exceeding £20, 4s
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903
Wagin. UTor Arrhur River, (Wednesday's), at noon f|Tor Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's fpjqr Westward (Norm Lake), 8 a.m Thursday's SEor Perth, and intermediate places, Mon ty's, Tuesday'^Thursday*#, Friday's, Satur lav's, 2 p.m.; Wednesday's. 6 p.m "pTor Albany, Katramtng, Broome Hill, Mt |a.rker, Monday, Wednesday, Thnrsday, [ridsy and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m.; lues lay's, 6 p.m
Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903
Sates of Postages. Lsttkbs.—If delirered at any Poafc-UIBoe 'or delivery within the postal delivery limit itaych office, for every ioz., or fraction (up o bibs, Id. Beyond such limits, for every jor. or or fraction of |ot., up to 31bB, (dimen junta not to exceed the maximum allowed for mekets}, 2d Pobt Cabds.—-Tf posted at any post-office 'pr delivery within the postal delivery of such mfce, fd.j bevond such limits Id Paoxbts.—For every 2oxs or fraction of Soxs, up to 4lbs Id JfttvrsPAPHHS.—Printed and posted in the 3olony for delivery beyond the boundaries of ;h« Cilj or Town at which they may be pub ished, and posted within one week front" aste >f publication hot exceeding lOozs, free. For rren additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs each) id. For each newspaper posted 7 lays after publication, not exceeding lOozs, jjjL For every additional lOozs or fraction (f lOozs, Id.' Newspapers must be posted me hour before the closing of the mail by vlueh they are intended to go
COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903
COMMERCIAL Messrs Dalgety and Co. Ltd. Free mantte and Kalgoorlie, report, that the demand for chaff is still keen, and that the market shows a slight up ward tendency. ' Sudb'ies are coming forward very slowly indeed, a fact, which in itself, is responsible for the firming of values. Buyers are show ing little disposition to buy for for ward delivery on the basis of present prices, preferring ratner to purchase only for immedia>e requirements and wait further developments. On the other band, growers are not at all in clined to take less than present rates, and in fact a good number of them are asking for even higher rates, and judging from the rep irts of our friends in the country, they are ap parently justified in ao'ng so, as all of our advices from the various dis tricts.refer to lighter crops than last season, of greater or less magnitude. At Freemantle prime green wheaten chaff is fetching from £6 10s to £6 17s 6d, whilst medium samples are worth from £6 to £6 7s 63. Oaten...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903
G R a 8 P! " this opfcoTrnTKrrrr THE AUSTRAL PHOTO GO Has Opened in Katanning for A SHO T SEASON ONLY At the FOOT OF CLIVE STREET, Near Squires' Blacksmith's Shop. PORTRAITS— s d. Paris Panel, 3 copies ... 10 0 Do. 6 copies ... 17 6 Do. 12 copies ... 30 0 Trilby Cabinets, 3 copies ... 7 6 Do 6 copies ... 12 G Do. 12 copies ... 20 0 "Victorias, 3 copies ... ... 2 6 Enlargements from any Photo. Absolutely the Best Equipped Studio that ever travelled in W.A. Inspect Qur Work 1 Agents (or Armstrong's Patent Ever-Set Syphon Acetylene Gas Generator. yOJOMUP AGRICULTURAL >ND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The Annual Froit. and Grain Show will be held on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1903, the day before Kojonup Races. | Liberal Prize List. Send for Sebedulc. JJ M. FLANAGAN, Hon. Sec. F 0 FEED WHEAT. A few bags Sulivan's Early Prolific. Produced 130 bags off 24 Acres. Second class Laud. Scarified in. F. M. BUlTFlELD, Wagm. T a Meeting held at Woodanilling on January 10, 1903, it was decided to form a Pace...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903
If you want an excellent meal at moderate rates try Chopper's Coffee Falaqe, It has no equal in the Great Southern Districts. * A Bqqn to Mqtqebs.—If you wish your children to hare beautiful hair and clean, wholesome heads jou must use Barry's Nur? sery Hair Lotion, which cleanees the head and ■■ destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d. Cainp bell-CochrAue and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agepts, C, A, Harris, storekeeper, £a tWRinf * • - • - -